IELTS Speaking Part 3 – Beautiful Things

IELTS Speaking Part 3 – Beautiful Things

IELTS Speaking Part 3 – Beautiful Things

Do you believe there are more beautiful things today than in the past? Why?

Absolutely. With our improved economy, there are more opportunities for artists, photographers, and designers to create stunning works. Additionally, people now have more opportunities to appreciate and create beautiful landscapes.

What are some of the most beautiful scenic spots in your country?

There are many beautiful places to see in my country. For those who love ancient architecture, there is the Forbidden City and the Great Wall of China. For modern architecture enthusiasts, Shaghai is a must-visit destination. If you prefer natural beauty, the Yellow River offers breathtaking views of diverse vegetation and landscapes.

Where do people usually encounter beauty?

Beauty is subjective, so people can find beauty in almost anything. Personally, I find beauty in symmetry and appreciate simple things like a well-organized house.

Why do people create beautiful things?

There are many reasons, but one common motivation is financial gain. In the past, cafes didn’t focus on aesthetics, but with increasing competition, creating beautiful designs for coffee and cakes has become important. Beautiful things are also in demand because they make people feel good. For example, people buy iPhones because of their simple yet sophisticated design, which is Apple’s way of making money by creating beautiful products.

Do people in your country prefer listening to music to appreciating paintings and literature?

I cannot speak for everyone in my country, but having music accompanied by paintings or literature would be nice. For instance, I came across a YouTube channel that suggested listening to the song “Starry Night” while appreciating Vincent Van Gogh’s artwork. The lyrics of the song highlight the painter’s struggles and help the viewer understand his life and appreciate his art more.

Why do many people go to scenic spots in person instead of just reading about them in books?

Many people choose to visit scenic spots in person instead of just reading about them in books because words and pictures can sometimes fail to fully capture the experience. For example, fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s works visit locations like New Zealand, where the “Lord of the Rings” movies were filmed, to appreciate the artistry of the films and the author’s writing. Similarly, Harry Potter fans may want to visit the school that inspired Hogwarts or visits Disneyland to fully experience the magic and scenery of the world they love. People want to experience these places for themselves to see if their expectations match their imagination.


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